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In this section we list news releases issued in the last three months.

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14/8/2014 Check trees are not protected before you start work
Tandridge’s Tree Team is reminding residents to make sure any trees on their land are not protected before they start carrying out work, as they may commit a criminal offence if they carry out tree works, or damage a tree, which is protected. 
14/8/2014 Check trees are not protected before you start work
Tandridge’s Tree Team is reminding residents to make sure any trees on their land are not protected before they start carrying out work, as they may commit a criminal offence if they carry out tree works, or damage a tree, which is protected.
14/8/2014 Have a sizzling and safe barbecue
If you’re aiming to round off a sensational summer with a barbecue, Tandridge District Council’s Environmental Health Team and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) have some advice to help make it a sizzling and safe success.
14/8/2014 Funding from The London Marathon Charitable Trust
As a result of Surrey’s involvement in hosting the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 and Classic, almost 40 organisations in Surrey have benefited from funding given out by The London Marathon Charitable Trust.

Once again, they are accepting applications from organisations and projects that get more people participating in sport and encourage local community engagement.
8/8/2014 Living and Ageing Well in Surrey Awards
The Living and Ageing Well in Surrey Awards 2014 provide an exciting opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the huge range of initiatives, projects, services and individuals in the community that make Surrey a great place in which to live and age well.
6/8/2014 Modern slavery - closer than you think
A hard-hitting television advert focusing on the human cost of slavery is part of a major new Home Office campaign to raise awareness of modern slavery in the UK.
21/7/2014 Have your say about consequences for anti-social behaviour?
Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Kevin Hurley, is carrying out a public consultation into new methods of dealing with offending. In the  survey members of the public have an opportunity to say what they think should happen to people who have committed low-level crimes or anti-social behaviour in their area. 
17/7/2014 Heatwave on the way
Areas around England may experience heatwave conditions over the next few days and the Met Office has issued a Heatwave level 2 alert for our area for Friday and Saturday.  
17/7/2014 Committee set to discuss economic growth
Economic growth in the district will be the main focus of the Overview & Scrutiny Committee being held on Tuesday 29 July, starting at 7.30pm at the Council Offices, Oxted. The meeting is open to the public.
17/7/2014 Tandridge Magazine – summer issue being delivered
Full of news and information the latest Tandridge Magazine is currently being delivered to residents and businesses in the district.
16/7/2014 10 Minute Shake Up campaign
Public Health England has launched a major new Change4Life campaign, in partnership with Disney to get kids more active this summer holidays. 
15/7/2014 Support the Poppies on the Street Campaign
The centenary of the start of World War 1 takes place on 4 August. Across the country events are being held to remember the 16 million people who died between 1914 and 1918. 
7/7/2014 How can we help you reduce, reuse and recycle?
Dealing with the huge amount of waste generated in Surrey homes is the challenging and costly job undertaken by the Surrey Waste Partnership, which is made up of Surrey County Council and the 11 district and borough councils in the county.

Surrey’s Plan for Waste Management outlines how we deal with the huge amount of waste generated in Surrey homes. On a regular basis we take a fresh look at the plan and update it to make sure we’re continuing to manage the county’s waste in the best, most cost effective way.

To help with this year’s update, we need you to tell us how we can help you to reduce, reuse and recycle more of Surrey’s waste. Find out more and complete the questionnaire  before 14 September 2014.




7/7/2014 Appeal for information about playground vandals
Hunter’s Chase playground in South Godstone has been targeted by vandals three times in the last week, who have emptied the dog bin and smeared the contents all over the children’s playground and surrounding fencing. 
4/7/2014 Green Deal Home Improvement Fund hands out £8.5 Million
The government’s newly launched Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) appears to be a hit with householders as £8.5 million is handed out within the first two weeks of launch.
4/7/2014 Loan shark awareness campaign
The England Illegal Money Lending Team, which works in partnership with local Trading Standards departments around the country to tackle loan sharks, is launching an awareness campaign to reach private rented sector tenants throughout July 2014.